Ports International continues to support Breast Cancer awareness by providing healthcare workers with pink gloves.
Except for births to unwed mothers and Haitian women, the birth rate in the Bahamas has fallen dramatically.
Dr Conville Brown, who is one of those pushing to expand medical tourism in The Bahamas, says that Bahamians are some of the biggest “reverse medical tourists”.
Researchers have found that Bahamian women have the world’s highest prevalence of the BRCA1 gene mutation, putting them at a greater risk for breast cancer than any other population.
Premature neonates can now breathe easy thanks to the generous donation of a ventilator made by medical supply and equipment company Ports International.
Local medical supplier Ports International Limited recently made a donation towards the AIDS Foundation’s 18th Annual Red Ribbon Ball.
Local medical supply company Ports International shows their support for Breast Cancer Awareness Month and the PMH Foundation’s “Caring for Breast Campaign” by wearing pink t-shirts for “Pink T-Shirt Day”.
The Rotary Club of East Nassau donated over $5,000 worth of medical supplies and equipment to Sandilands, saying they considered it their “responsibility to devote resources to improving the quality of life in our community.”
The Nurses Association of The Commonwealth of The Bahamas and the Walden community present the Global Day of Service aimed at targeting chronic non communicable diseases through Health screening and Education.